Abortion and the value of the future. A reply to: a defence of the potential future of value theory

Journal of Medical Ethics 28 (3):202-202 (2002)
The future like ours argument implies no limitation on abortion rights. The author of the argument concedes that on the intended interpretation, abortion is not shown to be impermissible. The alternative self-represented future interpretation also implies a prochoice view
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